Master photographer Edward Curtis (1868-1952) dedicated his life to the documentation and portraiture of surviving North American Indian tribes. His contribution is by far the most substantial of its kind in the realm of art, ethnography and the history of the American West.
After several years of intensive research and development, Cardozo Fine Art is now offering a select group of prints made from Curtis’ original negatives, using the historic palladium process. Faithful to the photographer’s artistic vision and intent, these limited-edition photographs are printed on handcrafted archival paper. Their beauty and luminosity echo Curtis’ powerful message for current and future generations.